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9 DIY IKEA Ingo Table Makeovers You Should Try

IKEA Ingo is a simple plain pine dining table that can be easily transformed into something much more eye-catching and creative – just turn on your imagination! You can make it industrial or rustic using stain and changing legs for metal ones. You can change it into a coffee table making the legs shorter, or renovate the top... More

9 Functional And Creative DIY Bunk Beds For Kids

A bunk bed is a type of bed in which one bed frame is stacked on top of another, and I can’t imagine a better piece for a shared kids’ room. Bunk beds are normally supported by four poles or pillars, one at each corner of the bed. A ladder is used to get to the upper bed, which is normally surrounded by a railing to prevent... More

DIY IKEA Hack: Gold And Marble Bar Cart

Remember we told you of IKEA bar cart hacks? Here’s a detailed tutorial how to do that, prepare IKEA BYGEL Utility Cart, Rust-Oleum White Primer General Purpose Spray Paint, Rust-Oleum Metallic Gold Spray Paint, Grey Marble Contact Paper, scissors, an X-aCTO knife. Put the BYGEL cart together WITHOUT the wheels or shelves.... More

11 Super Creative DIY IKEA Besta Hacks You’ll Like

IKEA items are a perfect material for creations of any kind due to their simplicity and stylish modenr design. IKEA Besta units are multifunctional and their look just tells you, ‘Hack me, please!’. It’s white but you can add colors, patterns, lights and decorate and use it as a TV unit. You can also create a whole stack... More

Stylish And Elegant DIY Low Kids’ Books Bin

These low book bins make it perfect for kids to browse through their books without taking them all out of the case. Prepare wood: bottom piece 34 1/2″ x 17″, front and back pieces 3 feet x 9 1/4″, side pieces 17″ x 9 1/4″, inserts 17″ x 8 1/2″, measuring tape, a saw, a drill + drill bits or nails/wood glue,... More

DIY Space-Saving Folding Side Table

A folding table is a perfect idea for any small space, it’s also mobile. To make this one you’ll need 1/2-inch MDF board, 3/4-inch plywood, tape measure, a pencil, a jigsaw, a circular saw, a drill with 1-inch spade, double-sided tape, a router with 1-inch flush trim router bit, sandpaper and satin polyurethane. Measure and... More

Stunning DIY Nautical-Inspired Accent Table

This adorable nautical accent table is just love! I’ve never seen a more original piece in this style, and you can make it yourself without spending much money! Gather three 1.5″ x 1.5″ pine lumber pieces, two 3/4″ x 1.5″ pine lumber pieces, one 3/4″ x 3/4″ pine lumber piece, a scrap piece... More

DIY Stencil Thrifted Bookshelf Makeover

Got an old bookshelf and don’t know how to renovate it? Here’s a project from diypassion.com! Take your bookshelf and use a sander to strip the sides and the front bits of stain. The prime and paint the inside of the shelf, here the author wanted a greyish shade. Once it is dry, tape off the other side and restain the bare... More

DIY Kitchen Bookshelf With Shutter Doors

The DIY kitchen bookshelf has sides that are created from one set of bifold “shutter” doors, and the shelves are made from a half of a set of a bifold regular door. Once you have the width of your space, you are going to build a base structure for the top by simply building a box, totaling the total width plus the thickness... More

8 Quick DIY IKEA FÖRHÖJA Kitchen Cart Hacks

IKEA FÖRHÖJA kitchen cart Gives you extra storage, utility and work space. You can quickly view and access what’s inside because the drawers can be pulled out from both sides, and there is open storage with space for 9 bottles on each shelf. The piece has a simple light finish that makes it suitable for any kitchen.... More

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